1984 Steelers 7 vs Dolphins 31
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05-24-2018, 09:58 AM

1984 Steelers 7 vs Dolphins 31

Marino hits 16 of 24 for 226 yds and 2 TDs as unbeaten Miami rolls to a 21-0 halftime lead including a pair TDs within just over a minute. With 2:21 left in the half, Marino rifles a 34-yard scoring pass to TE Joe Rose to make the score 14-0. Three plays later, Malone fumbles on a blindside sack and Baumhower scoops up the ball and rumbles 21 yds for a TD. The duel between Marino and Woodley never materializes as Woodley suffers a concussion midway through the 1st quarter. His replacement, Mark Malone, fails to move the Steelers inside the Dolphins' 40 until late in the 3rd quarter, with Frank Pollard finally scoring on a 1-yd plunge on the final play of the quarter. Miami adds another TD in the 4th to hand the Steelers their worst loss in the 14-year history of Three Rivers Stadium. A special thanks to Jay Korber for providing us with this game!
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05-26-2018, 07:36 AM

Just to let you know, the wrong game comes up for this one. It takes you to the Saints game from 1978.
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05-31-2018, 10:31 AM

(05-26-2018, 07:36 AM)BlackAndGold7 Wrote: Just to let you know, the wrong game comes up for this one. It takes you to the Saints game from 1978.

Thanks for the heads up! It's fixed now.  Thumbsup
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01-28-2021, 11:09 PM

man what might have been had we taken Marino. Biggest draft bust ever for the steelers
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02-02-2021, 05:09 PM

(01-28-2021, 11:09 PM)Rollers Wrote: man what might have been had we taken Marino.  Biggest draft bust ever for the steelers

 Yeah, he'll always be the one that got away. 

I think it works in reverse, too. The Steelers are the team that got away from Marino. If he'd gone to the Steelers, I think he would've retired with at least 1 ring, maybe 2.
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